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We’ve seen the impact that parents and community organizations can make on student achievement. Explore the resources available to the community as they partner with educators to help students succeed.

Help learners with ADD/ADHD to be viewed as positive learners and improve interactions among their peers. This wheel skillfully guides teachers, parents, and specialists as they collaboratively make decisions to help ADD/ADHD students succeed. Teachers equipped with these strategies can give these learners opportunities to participate meaningfully in the classroom and school-wide environments.

Create a disciplined environment that fosters effective learning with the Behavior Strategies Guide. This award-winning guide suggests ways for educators to help students take responsibility for changing their behaviors. It features hundreds of ready-to-use interventions and practical, proactive strategies and techniques for behavior management. The guide also suggests creative ways to deal with behavior issues so that discipline ...

$12.95
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Weave critical thinking into lesson plans for all subjects at all grade levels with this easy-to-use wheel. Questioning prompts and useful information make this a go-to reference for teachers as they prompt deeper levels of thinking among their students.

$8.95
Available in Spanish

Critical thinking is an essential element for preparing every learner to succeed in school and throughout life. School leaders are instrumental in establishing a positive tone for embracing critical thinking and cultivating a thinking environment throughout the school. Investing in an initiative to promote deeper thinking can favorably impact teaching and learning.

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Put the keys to deeper levels of thinking in students’ hands. This wheel helps students develop and improve their questioning and thinking skills and take a more active role in their learning.

$4.95
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Build positive relationships with parents to affect the success of students as well as the success of the campus. This book offers suggestions on how to cultivate and strengthen home-to-school partnerships with parents.

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“I can tell you that we have a lot of parents who want to do the best they can for their kids. It’s just that they don’t know where to go or what resources to have. And so that’s absolutely a huge part of my job. These resources help me bridge the gap between teachers and parents.”

Katie Lowery
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Student Services Director
Tiger, GA